WSBK » FIM suspends Monza homologation


Monza has its FIM homologation taken away, but it is expected to regain it in time for its anticipated 2013 World Superbike Championship date.

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JukkaX - Unregistered

July 16, 2012 9:33 AM

Those Monza officials, will they ever learn.. wasn't it just 39 years ago when the track was just fine too and the 250cc race went on as scheduled, not minding about the warnings of oil in the track.. and so they killed The GOAT Jarno Saarinen and Renzo Pasolini too.

This is how it begins and Italy herself will break apart into city states, regional kingdoms, princely feifdoms, etc. etc. Italy will go back so far she'll be in front of her! Time is a wheel and the wheel of time will now roll the stone backwards.

Greg - Unregistered

July 16, 2012 11:19 PM

Posted by JukkaX - Unregistered (13 hours ago)Those Monza officials, will they ever learn.. wasn't it just 39 years ago when the track was just fine too and the 250cc race went on as scheduled, not minding about the warnings of oil in the track.. and so they killed The GOAT Jarno Saarinen and Renzo Pasolini too.

What a ridiculous statement !
Do you really think the SAME officials are in control ? 39 years later !!!
Also an "oil spillage" is not the same as problems with surface imperfections.

RJM - Unregistered

July 17, 2012 8:48 PM

Greg.

Monza has a long history of injuries and indeed fatalities caused at least partially by official incompetence.

Look at the deaths of Rindt and Peterson for prime examples.

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